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12 Totally Hip Restaurants For Singapore Weddings

12 Totally Hip Restaurants For Singapore Weddings

Hip young things planning their Weddings in Singapore are increasingly turning to non-hotel venues to host their celebrations. With this in mind, Leana Doray of The Wedding Scoop has scoured the island to round up a list of 12 uber cool restaurants to help you decide where to tie the knot!
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Museo (which means 'museum' in Italian) is located in Sentosa's new restaurant strip, Quayside Isle, and combines casual fine dining with "art jamming". Couples can hold their solemnization ceremony outdoors at sunset with views of the marina, and their reception indoors in the restaurant and barroom. Smaller wedding parties of about 40 guests can opt for plated service while larger receptions of up to 130 guests will need to select their buffet service.

Seats 111 guests indoors and 20 guests outdoors.

Haven't you heard? It's hip to be historical and Flutes at the stately National Museum is a great place to mark your history-making day! The restaurant's cuisine emphasizes fresh seasonal ingredients, creatively cooked to bring out the best flavors. Choose to dine indoors in the Jubilee or Sir Henry McCallum Rooms, or outdoors on the terrace- it's up to you!

Seats up to 150 guests.

Riders Cafe is an intimate restaurant serving contemporary comfort food at the Bukit Timah Saddle Club. With a view that can be mistaken for an English countryside and a to-die-for chocolate cake, we can easily imagine couples chopping down their guest lists to the bare minimum just so they can have their celebrations here.

Photo by The Peeping Thom via Kim Seng and Weishan's Whimsical Wedding.

Seats 60 guests.

Are barbeques and beer more your thing? Then look no further than Red Dot Brewhouse, which serves up this age-old historical beverage in an age-old historical building - a restored 140 year old colonial bungalow with 10,000 square feet of space.

Photo by The Partridge & the Pear Tree via A Whimsical and Musical Wedding at Red Dot Dempsey: Calvin and Alarice.

Seats 200 guests.

Forlino is located on the second floor of One Fullerton, boasting a panoramic view of Marina Bay and overlooks the iconic Marina Bay Sands. Forlino is an Italian fine dining establishment with a culinary philosophy that is all about sourcing the best ingredients.

Seats 90 guests.

Nosh's laid-back vibe is enhanced by it's location away from the city's hustle and bustle. Set in a historical black and white colonial house in the lush dining enclave of Rochester Park, Nosh's bistro-styled menu features a melting pot of flavors and cuisines from around the world.

Photo by Samuel Goh via Isaac and Katrina's Bohemian Chic Wedding.

Seats up to 100 guests at the al fresco deck, and just over 200 for the whole venue.

If you're looking to wed in an outdoor venue with panoramic views of the Singapore skyline, then you might like to consider tying the knot 282 meters above ground at 1-Altitude's Gallery & Bar at One Raffles Place. After your ceremony, pop one level below to Stellar, an indoor restaurant that serves modern cuisine and focuses on artisanal methods of preparation.

Photo by Warren Wee via Ben and Tammie's Wedding in the Sky.

Seats 150 guests.

If casual is key and distance is not a problem, The Coastal Settlement near Changi Village provides a fabulous option for couples looking to wed in a uniquely rustic and quirky setting. With local and Western fare and an array of curios, antiquities and vintage treasures on display, this restaurant will certainly provide a charming backdrop for nostalgic celebrations.

Seats 200-300 guests.

Please note that the restaurant does not take wedding bookings on weekends.

Wheeler's Yard is a relative newcomer on the scene but has made quite a stir since it's arrival. Located in an industrial park off Balestier Road, this spacious venue is a hipster's dream! We say sky's the limit for couples who are willing to flex their creative muscle and work some industrial chic magic in this space. Do note that at the moment, you will need to hire an external caterer if you decide to hold your event here.

Seats 150-220 guests.

Tanjong Beach Club combines great ocean views and sophisticated dining for celebrations that will have beach bunnies rejoicing! The restaurant serves coastal cuisine with favourites including the Warm Octopus Salad, Grilled Ruby Snapper and the Artisanal Seafood Linguini.

Seats 50-100 guests depending on the event space.

If a touch of whimsy is what you're looking for in your wedding, then The White Rabbit is a restaurant and bar housed in a might be the venue for you. It is a beautifully restored old chapel off the Dempsey area and serves a fresh take on both Classic European comfort foods and cocktails.

Photo by Axioo via A Simply Elegant Singapore Wedding: Elgin and Kai.

Seats 120 guests indoors and 60 guests outdoors.

Food for Thought is located within Singapore's oldest garden and was designed around love for family, care for the environment, enjoyment of rest and other aspects of sustainable living. The restaurant features up cycled milk-tin lamps and full height glass walls that let in lots of natural light.

Photo by Ivan Tan Photography via Huanmin and Jia Yin's Whimsical DIY Wedding.

Seats 300 guests.

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